BATS Improv Hosts True Fiction Magazine Halloween Show
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The last date listed for BATS Improv Hosts True Fiction Magazine Halloween Show was Saturday October 31, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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BATS Improv -- named the Bay Area's Best Theater Company by the San Francisco Chronicle, Best Comedy Troupe by SF Weekly and Best First Date Spot by the San Francisco Bay Guardian -- presents a variety show of comedy fun, including head-to-head improv battles, long-form murder mysteries, musicals and more. Every show is one of a kind, using audience suggestions for a unique mix of improv comedy and theater that's never the same show twice. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Salsaboy
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Expert performers who know their craft. A couple of loose ends didn't come together as nicely as I've seen these performers do in the past, and thus the reason for the three-star review. Typically, it's consistently a four-star troupe. That said, they seldom, if ever, disappoint.
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BATS Improv welcomes special guest troupe True Fiction Magazine, one of the San Francisco’s most exciting long-form improvisation companies. TFM continues to push the envelope of improvisation, exploring new and exciting styles of storytelling in performances around the country. Expect these talented actors to weave in some spooky Halloween themes.
Originally inspired by the over-blown passions of the 30s and 40s pulp novels, TFM pushes improvised theatre to new heights each year, taking their audience on a wild ride into unknown territory that titillates the senses and blows the mind.
A TFM performance is a full evening of long-form spontaneous theatre, as the troupe takes titles suggested by the audience and creates stories which move forward and backward in time, interweave and intersect, until the final resolution. Every performance is completely unique. Don’t miss the group critics call “collaborative narrative genius.”